Weekend Brunch in Singapore: 5 Restaurants to Hit for Fantastic, Wholesome, Vegan & Vegetarian Brunch

There is something about weekend brunch that sets it apart from other meals. Maybe it is the relaxed weekend vibe and the fact that this vibe turns meals to happiness on a plate. Of course, to make that happiness linger, we need some awesome plant-based food too. Here are some of our favourite restaurants to head to for Weekend Brunch that offers yummo vegetarian and vegan options. These restaurants are all appropriate for casual, family-friendly dining and welcome kids so that’s another thing you don’t have to worry about.

We should also point out that we don’t consider croissants and pastries as good vegetarian brunch options. All these restaurants offer much more than pancakes and waffles, wholesome, hearty and delicious grub that will have to coming back for more.

Pete’s Place

Pete's Place Grand Hyatt Singapore
Plant-Based Omnipork Pizza at Pete’s Place

A chic Italian restaurant, Pete’s Place launched Singapore’s first Vegan Italian Lunch Buffet in 2018. The buffet offers a wonderful range of vegetarian and vegan dishes to choose from. The menu changes regularly but you can expect Sautéed Organic Vegetables, Vegan Pizza & Pasta, Vegan Soups, a range of breads and salads, and vegan desserts. Serving Brunch daily, Pete’s Place is a great option for weekday and weekend brunch and quite popular for its plant-based dishes. They also use Omnipork – a plant-based pork substitute – to make plant-based Pizza and Lasagna.

Brunch: Saturdays from 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM, Sunday Brunch from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM.
Price: S$32++/adult and S$20++ /child (7-12 yrs).
Pete’s Place: Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road, Singapore 228211. P: +65 6738 1234. Website

Shake Farm HQ

Shake Farm HQ
Sundried Tomato Pesto Zoodles at Shake Farm HQ

The place to head to for healthy eating that is high on taste as well, Shake Farm is located in a shophouse that belies the buzz inside. The farm to table concept means everything is fresh, tasty and healthy. With ample vegetarian and vegan options on their regular menu, they also have a Weekend Brunch Menu which changes regularly. Some of our brunch favourites here include Blueberry Protein Pancake and the Sundried Tomato Pesto Zoodles, loaded with sautéed spinach, cherry tomatoes, feta and nuts. The Zoodles originally come with Salmon, which can be replaced with Avocado to make zoodles vegetarian and oh so yum! Also interesting is the Amazin’ Vegan Grazin’, a platter with a selection of vegan nibbles. Of course, you’ll find all kinds of shakes here too. Read our review at Shake Farm HQ, Singapore – Healthy Eating for Vegetarians & Vegans: Review.

Brunch: Every Saturday & Sunday, 9AM – 3PM
Shake Farm HQ: 126 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068595. P: +65 9027 0177. Website


Mediterranean salad at Prive Keppel Bay: Vegetarian Review
Mediterranean Salad at Prive, Keppel Bay

All Privé outlets in Singapore offer a fabulous selection of plant-based dishes for the vegan and vegetarian diner. We specially love Privé @ Keppel Bay as it is also kid-friendly. Located on the beautiful Keppel Island, the restaurant offers a small playarea, colouring sets and a TV corner. Every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month is Kid’s Day, so expect a magic show, balloon sculpting and tattoos to engage the kids. One of our top brunch picks for kids are the PB&J With Flourless Banana & Oat-Pancakes (S$15++) that are vegan and taste somewhat like cake. Yumm! Other recommended vegan dishes include Mad-For-Mexican Salad and Mediterranean Salad (S$16++). Don’t forget to check out their Blueberry Almond Cake, also vegan and another one of our top picks. Read here Vegan & Vegetarian Dining by the Marina, at Privé Keppel Bay: Review

Brunch: Every Day of the Week
Privé Keppel Bay: 2 Keppel Bay Vista, Singapore 098382. P: 6776 0777. Website

Kitchen by Food Rebel

If clean eating is your thing, Kitchen by Food Rebel is your place. A wonderful place to grab some wholesome grub, Kitchen caters to those with varied food intolerances and dietary preferences. They offer a Weekend Rebel Brunch on Saturdays. Vegan dishes include Acai Berry Bowl and Buckwheat Porridge w/ Cashew Butter (S$11++). Vegetarians can try the Rendang Egg Benedict (contains poached eggs which you may request to be omitted), Rebel Brunch (Avocado, Cherry Tomatoes, Mushrooms & Sour-Dough Rye Toast; ask for the egg to be omitted, S$19++) and Coconut Oat Pancakes (S$17). Want to create your own dishes? Build your own Rebel Brunch with a choice of add-ons.

Brunch: Saturdays, from 9AM to 3PM (last order 2.45 PM)
Kitchen by Food Rebel: 28 Stanley St, Telok Ayer (S) 068737. P: +65 62247088. Website


Basil & Watercress Pesto Penne at Plentyfull

Fresh and quality ingredients go into making the excellent dishes at Plentyfull. You can expect a plethora of vegetarian dishes on all their menus; vegan dishes are comparitively limited. If you’re heading down for an early brunch, you can try the Avocado Toast (S$16), Plentyfull’s Granola Bowl (S$15) or Plentyfull Pancakes 11am onwards, you’ll find more choices like Basil & Watercress Pesto Penne, Plentyfull’s Vegetable Dip (S$22++) and The Impossible Burger (S$27++). Apart from these you can also order from their all day menu, starting at 11AM, and get more to choose from.

Brunch: Everyday till 5PM
Plentyfull: 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-79/80, Millenia Walk, S.039596. P: 65 6493 2997. Website.